The cool design and easy setup of Google's OnHub router can't make up for its lack of features and average performance out of the box -- though the promise of future software updates offer the potential for big improvements.
SmartThings takes its new smart-home control center to market with a trim new design, a new app and some new possibilities for third-party device makers.
Reviewing the search giant's sleek and super-cool OnHub home router (while totally and completely trusting Google with personal info).
With claims of wide product compatibility, Cortana and Kinect-powered voice control, and Windows 10 built right in, this ambitious smart-home hub is promising the moon.
Google enters the home-networking market with its first router OnHub, with a very cool design and an eye for mobile users.
The search giant's newest device is a router Google hopes you'll display proudly, and gives the company a beachhead for tech in your home too.
The GreenIQ Smart Garden Hub wants to help you save water by gathering weather info and info from other connected garden devices, and sending it all to your sprinklers.
The conferencing system, essentially a gigantic tablet running Windows 10, will begin shipping on January 1, 2016, rather than September 1, 2015, as originally planned.
Talk about a travel buddy: the Filehub offers just about everything the road warrior needs, all in a compact package.
Staples Connect is a reliable, easy-to-use platform, and the new D-Link hub is undeniably better than the original. If you already own devices that'll work with it, the new hub makes a lot of sense, but if you're starting your smart home from scratch, consider waiting to see what happens with Apple HomeKit and SmartThings 2.0.
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